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Good for the Heart = Good for the Brain

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Good for the Heart = Good for the Brain

Make time for physical fitness, and watch what you eat. A diet rich in vegetables, fruits, nuts, fish, legumes and olive oil, and reduced red meat, dairy products, and sweets reduces risk of cardiovascular disease, which plays a major factor in cognitive losses.  

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